Leonardo DaVinci’s anatomical drawings

In this short video, Dr. Hutcheson discusses Leonardo DaVinci's anatomical drawings, which remain relevant even after 600 years. He examines a 1496 anatomical model that displays an elongated styloid process. Once considered incidental, experts now believe these elongations grow due to trauma or compensate for poor health. Normal spinal curves—such as cervical lordosis, thoracic kyphosis, and lumbar lordosis—have always been vital for human health. These curves have remained consistent with modern medical texts since 1500 A.D. Maintaining these curves optimizes spinal cord, nerve, and circulatory system function, reducing structural issues for better overall health.

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